Re: Women in EA 5.7 / Buffy Sainte-Marie as Electronic Music Pioneeer Re:


Subject: Re: Women in EA 5.7 / Buffy Sainte-Marie as Electronic Music Pioneeer Re:
From: sylvi macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Sun Nov 06 2005 - 11:17:02 EST


Good Morning

Sainte-Marie needs less of an editor than i do ... but hey Mainstream
Radio (or was that society) tried to tell her that and she's become a
world class renowned artist. Censor / censor or if not at least censor
her accomplishments or is it just th choice of word about digital and
real ? i wonder if she'd like to come to Concordia to talk about
Electronic Music or Digital Art that translates into real art for th
real world ? perhaps in a course or a class that deals with Women and/or
1st Nation Artists in Electronics / Electroacoustic Arts ? if you google
Buffy Sainte-Marie you will find many URLS that address her presence in
these fields ... hmmm, i can hear th hint of a Masters Thesis or EBook
coming on ..

best, sylvi macCormac (wearing a stuffed shirt backwards, cut off at th
sleeves)
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http://www.sylvi.ca / na / da / bc / siwash rock & soundscape
composition

Kevin Austin wrote:

> At 03:52 -0700 2005/11/06, sylvi macCormac wrote:
> >apolgies fir doubles & typos - http://www.creative-native.org -
> >Buffy Sainte-Marie as Electronic Music Pioneer
>
> She may be in need of an editor ... (from the site
> http://www.creative-native.org/biograp.htm ):
>
> >As digital media caught on, Buffy assisted many other artists in
> >understanding computers as an additional tool for real art.
>
> ??
>
> Best
>
> Kevin



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